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Navy’s latest patrol boat put into service

The Royal Thai Navy put its latest patrol boat into service, adding to forces assigned to Thailand’s exclusive zone for drilling, fishing and natural...

Navy takes delivery of 3 patrol boats

The Royal Thai Navy took delivery of three new patrol boats to guard the coastline and provide security for the royal family. Navy commander...

Navy boss visits 3 injured marines in Sattahip

Royal Thai Navy commander Adm. Surasak Runroengrom traveled to Sattahip to visit three marines injured in last month’s deadly bomb blast. The commander...

Flood recedes in Nakhon Si Thammarat

NAKHON SI THAMMARAT, Jan 5 - Flooding in Nakhon Si Thammarat has eased, and the municipality has set Saturday as a big cleaning day....

Thai Defence Minister attends Thai-Cambodia border meeting in Phnom Penh

BANGKOK, Dec 21 -- Thai Defence Minister Gen Yutthasak Sasiprapa on Wednesday led Thai delegates to attend Thai-Cambodian General Border Committee (GBC) in Phnom...

New navy chief vows to proceed with submarine purchase plan

BANGKOK, 3 October 2011  – Newly-appointed Navy Commander-in-Chief Admiral Surasak Runroengrom has pledged to perform his duty to the best of his ability, affirming...

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The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) expects the four-day long weekend that began on Friday (13 May) to generate around 1.8 billion baht in...